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People have been carpooling in France for over a half century. With over three million active French carpoolers today, it has become a popular means of mobility. Nearly 90 percent of carpool travelers use BlaBlaCar, a long-distance carpooling service, to facilitate connections between drivers and passengers, as well as transactions.... View Article

With more than 15 years of experience in the transportation technology and infrastructure sectors, Andy Palanisamy is a seasoned professional with a deep understanding of issues facing the future of transportation/mobility sector. Outside of his day job as senior transportation project manager and principal – communications/outreach at Leidos, Andy also... View Article

No matter where you live, you’ve most likely experienced drastic weather conditions at one point or another. Certain areas receive harsher conditions, of course, but any kind of extreme heat, cold, or precipitation can potentially cause delays or damage to vehicles and infrastructure. And thanks to environmental changes, historical climate... View Article

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Changing circumstances entail changing requirements: To pave the way for new mobility concepts and possibilities a range of legal regulations have to be discussed and adapted.
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It’s proven difficult to merge the dynamic world of technology with the slow-moving processes of procurement in public transit and across government agencies. States and localities are often understaffed in the procurement department, and navigating cumbersome rules and requirements does not lend itself to innovation. These obstacles cause agencies to... View Article